Rebelión en la granja by George Orwell

By George Orwell

Esta sátira de los angeles Revolución rusa y el triunfo del estalinismo, escrita en 1945, se ha convertido por derecho propio en un hito de los angeles cultura contemporánea y en uno de los libros más mordaces de todos los tiempos. Ante el auge de los animales de l. a. Granja Solariega, pronto detectamos las semillas del totalitarismo en una organización aparentemente excellent; y en nuestros líderes más carismáticos, l. a. sombra de los opresores más crueles.

«Una obra literaria perfecta.»
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